2 MINI4FEET MINATURES
We believe ALL horses need a "job" of some sort. This includes miniatures.
With that in mind, we have a small herd of minis we are breeding to be
service animals. Our herd has been carefully selected for not only good
conformation but also for their great dispositions and trainability.
DELL TERA'S SILVER MOON reg AMHR 31"
31" Reg AMHR Silver Dapple Tovero
Quesa is a true Medicine Hat with her only color on her ears and poll. We are
very excited for Quesa's 2014 foal to arrive. She was bred to Cadle Creeks Smoky Rogue. This
foal could be a Very interesting color. The base color will be Black but Silver and Cream
may be added as well plus the pinto genes! Very interesting indeed.
Let's all say "HELLO FERGUS!"
This handsome young man joined us on 5/10/2014. He is sired by
Cadle Creeks Smoky Rogue our Smoky Black (black + cream) stallion.
Fergus also got clipped to help with heat AND try to figure out his color and pattern.
We really no longer have a clue what he is doing. We did a DNA color panel on him.
The results of that are:
EE - Homozygous Black
aa - Homozygous Non-Agouti
nZ - Heterozygous for Silver
nn - Negative for Pearl, Cream, and Champagne
PRAIRIE ROSE SUNRISE/SUNRISE MAX
1998 AMHA and AMHR Bay 34"
Sire : Tibbs PB Max
Dam : Tibbs Dream Catcher
Sunny has a lovely pedigree that will cross well with our Stallions.
Sunny has a quirky personality that fits right in here at Barefoot Farms.
Jimmy Dean's Paleface
2004 Brown Tobiano Reg AMHA and AMHR 33.5"
This little mare is just as cute as she can be.
You can't help but notice her striking facial markings.
Phannie is as smart as they come and produces some fabulous foals.
We can hardly wait for the next one!
LIL Gs MILLIE
2000 AMHA Sorrel Pinto 27"
Sire : Gander Hill Gold Nugget
Dam : Evans Perfection
Millie is a lovely little lady. She is shy yet curious. It is easy to tell
that she really hasn't had much more contact with humans than
the very basic essentials. She is learning quickly that humans here
are suckers for a cute face.
2 MINI 4 FT COOKIE CUTTER CUTE
Registered with AMHA 34"
We just love Cookie and she is just as sweet as her name implies.
This very flashy little mare has lovely conformation and a deep well
of patience. She is a barn favorite and will stay to her last day.
2013 Grey filly Reg. AMHA pending AMHR
We're calling this new arrival Emma. She is sweet and loving but gets
into plenty of trouble just like my daughter. LOL
2 Mini 4 Ft Pumpkin Junction
Registered with AMHA
Pumpkin is full of ATTITIUDE. She is quite
sure she is an 18.0 hand Shire not some puny miniature horse.
AMHA 30" Dark Bay/Brown
We've decided to call this little Sweetums as a tongue in cheek reference to the Muppets
character. She is slowly coming around to match her name. We are trying to decide
what her job should be right now. She may brighten up if she gets a little variety in her life.
CHILI LILLY reg AMHA 34"
Chili was our first mare. We are very proud of her first foal.
Chili is our largest mare but that's just because she has the
Jimmy Deans Julie - AMHA & AMHR
2009 31" Bay and White Tobiano Filly
Sire : Dell Teras Dudley
Dam : Jimmy Deans Painted Dancer
Julie is cute and smart to boot. My son has decided that Julie is his horse.
I'm good with this. He entered his very first horse show with Julie's
2012 filly, 2 Mini 4 Ft Snickerdoodle. They were Reserve Youth High Point.
Gatlin is now training Julie to drive. They are both learning fast with help
from those of us with a bit more.....experience. ;) I think they will have a blast
doing scurries, obstacle courses, and maybe some CDE. I know some of
the best times I had at his age were driving our pony through all manner terrain.
Miss Julie did a phenomenal job at both recent horse shows. The farm crew did an excellent
job getting ready to go to those shows as well. This little mare is headed for the top!
I think I see the Nationals and the World shows in her future.
Jimmy Dean's Winni Winni
This is our little Tootsie Roll. She is registered with AMHA/AMHR
She stands just 30.5" tall. We've gotten her slimmed down a bit. Tootsie has finally
gone to work! She is learning to drive and will eventually be paired with her Grandson, Jimmy Deans
RIEMS HAZEL AMANDA
2006 AMHA Pinto 32"
Sire : EJH Chief Xpress
Dam : Dagnillos Amanda Lace F
Mandy is as good as gold. She was under the weather when she came to us.
She was sooooo easy to doctor even though some of it had to be painful.
2MINI4FT Lily Fae
3/10/2011 reg AMHA
Sire : Pepper Goes Hollywood
Dam : Chili Lilly AMHA 34"
Chloe is a lovely dark bay filly with a super friendly personality.
She should mature to between 33" and 34" tall. Chloe is handled
on a daily basis so she is super easy to catch, lead, tie, do her feet,
and she has been clipped as well. Chloe has also started flexing on the
long lines getting her ready to either go show or start service animal training.
Chloe is now line driving very well and has been presented with LOTS of
obstacles, noises, and items of an unusual nature. She has tackled everything
with a calm yet eager attitude.
Chloe had a very successful first show. She not only came home with an Amatuer Jr. Mares
Superior Championship but also the Youth High Point Award.
Once again Chloe has shown just what a very good girl she is. She is our first home bred
miniature foal we've taken and shown. This little mare keeps exceeding even our high
expectations. We couldn't be prouder of her. She and Emily did a wonderful job. Nobody would
guess that the 2 of them have very little experience in the cart and even less with them as a team.
I think it is very possible to see these two at the Nationals and Worlds one day soon.
Jimmy Deans Tiny Tot
2011 AMHA Filly
Sire : Jimmy Deans Hotstuff (buckskin)
Dam : Jimmy Deans Chenille
We are calling this isty bitsy girl Carmel. She is a mear 22" right now and should
finish up at around 27" or 28". We're not sure what color she's going to decide
to be. We're pretty sure she's going to be a sooty buckskin. Carmel has come
a long way since she got here. She is now the farm mascot. If the minis go somewhere
Carmel is often included just because she's so darn cute. She goes from being a flag bearer
along side a draft horse to Customer Appreciation Day at Home Depot without batting an eye.
We can not be prouder of Hannah!! She has gone to a fantastic new home.
At only 7 months old she has become a Certified Downs Syndrome Service
Animal. She even graduated a week early. We couldn't ask for a better